Potential volunteers invited to find out how to support Guide Dogs

Guide Dogs is inviting locals to its Forfar centre next week to find out more about how they can support the charity’s work.

By
Mark Dowie
Tuesday, 31st May 2022, 11:58am
Potential volunteers invited to find out how to support Guide Dogs

The open event, on Tuesday (June 7), has been organised to coincide with Volunteers’ Week to allow the public learn more about looking after a future guide dog.

The charity is appealing for animal lovers in various roles, including puppy raisers and fosterers who care for dogs in their own home, and dog well-being volunteers who work in the day care facilities at Forfar.

The information sessions will take place at the Orchardbank centre between 5.30pm and 7pm.

Aaron Puckrin, volunteering co-ordinator said: “Guide Dogs relies on volunteers to help deliver our services and we have many and varied volunteer positions across the charity.

“The event will consist of a presentation and tour of the facilities, with plenty of opportunities to ask questions of our expert staff.

“From working directly with our dogs, supporting our reception team or working as a fundraiser attending local events, we have a role to suit everyone.”

Contact aaron.puckrin@guidedogs.org.uk to reserve a place. Those who are unable to attend the event can visit www.guidedogs.org.uk for more information.

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